lyef & thymes

Monday, January 24, 2005

directions to my place

from Toronto head east on the 401. get in the middle lane of the express and don't change lanes until you reach Montreal. Take the 20 east in Montreal, and head towards Sherbrooke. Eventually you must get a map, because you must drive through some backwoods Quebec terrain. After Sherbrooke, take the 172? to the Maine USA border. In Maine you will be on highway 27. Don't stop at the White Wolf Restaurant in Stratton. Keep going till you get to Skowhegan. From there take the 201 to the
I-95. Ride the I-95 to Bangor, and exit at 4-b, heading towards highway 9. Highway nine east takes you right to the St. Stephen Border, and back into Canada. once you have been through customs, turn right onto Milltown Boulevard, and then turn left on Main Street. St. Stephen's University is the first building on the left on Main street. I work in there.
Now you all have directions as to how to find me. I will indeed cook for you, if you come. Salivators are exempted from this bargain, as I will be cooking for them in the summertime.
I made a nice chicken/salmon surprise for a number of students the other day, and they all talked and chit-chatted during hors d'ouvres, as friends will do, then were very quiet during the meal. This is a good sign that they enjoyed it. A quiet dinner table among friends means that your food has something special about it. So, be ye not of Montague, come and crush a cup of wine.


At 10:09 p.m., Blogger Sgt Steve said...

I really hope to be reading these directions while driving out to see you soon. To much up in the air yet to set a date. maybe springtime...

At 4:40 p.m., Blogger beth said...

What if they're quiet because the food is soooooo horribly bad they feel awkward/ nervous/ antsy/ sickly/ bloated/ ill/ nauseau AND if they go to say something, the food that's been trying to crawl up their throat will all come out?
don don don,,,

Hehehe, teach you to write fictional stories that involve me DYING.

Bethers :)

At 12:03 a.m., Blogger 直樹 said...

haha, that may be the funniest blog ive read in yonks, the directions bit that is


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